Born 2 B Wild

Say no to exotic pets

Real life stories

In Ohio there were exotic pets roaming the streets. Vice President of ASPCA Government Relations. Issued an emergency order to Governor Kasich.

In 2012, a javan macaque was kept illegally as a pet in Paso Robles bit a woman caring for it's causing severe injuries on her arm and finger. The primates that got kept for pets, the owners didn't get killed, but there was 129 injuries.

In 2012, ''serpent-handling'' West Virginia pastor died after his rattlesnake bit him during a church service. Pastor Mack Wolford believed Christians should handle snakes to test their faith.

Impact on environment, people, and animals

The Dangers

In 2009 a gross looking Bengal tiger and 208 sickly dogs were confiscated in a raid on J.B. Precious Puppies. More than 10 puppy carcasses were discovered, including two remnants in the tiger cage.Dangers for People-In 2010, a ‘’pet bear’’ fatally mauled it’s caretaker during a feeding on the owners property. Owner’s license to exhibit exotic animals was revoked.

Impact on the Environment

Impact on the environment- For example if you have a tiger the things that it would eat would overpopulate so that would cause crowding. Or if you keep a deer the things that would eat it would die of starvation.

The Numbers and Experts

The numbers say ''Certain wild animals need things to serve'' so that's why we should keep wild animals in the wild

The experts say ''Some wild animals react the same way like there ancestors did and that could kill people or injure people

Illegal and Legal

It is illegal to possess any wild animal who naturally lives in the state (squirrels, crows, and deer) unless you are transporting the animal to a licensed wildlife rehabilitation to care.